Christopher Moore cause of death, net worth
Christopher Moore born on January 20, 1952, was a New York City-based curator, journalist and historian who helped save, document and later create what is now known as the African Burial Ground in Lower Manhattan.
Moore worked as an editor for the National Black Network, and as an actor he appeared in As the World Turns and on stage in an Off Broadway production of A Soldier’s Play.
He also served as a member of New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission.
As a historian, he served as research director of the Schomburg Center.
Working as an author, he wrote about African-American culture and history including: Fighting For America: Black Soldiers and co-authored Slavery In New York, The Black New Yorkers: 400 Years of African American History and Standing In the Need of Prayer: African American Prayer Traditions. Moore wrote and co-produced The African Burial Ground: An American Discovery for the History Channel as part of his broader research into the city’s history with slaves.
What was Christopher Moore cause of death
He was 70 when he died on March 13 in a Brooklyn hospital. His wife, Kim Yancey-Moore, said the cause was complications of Covid and pneumonia.